In your position, the first thing I would do is look for a bibliographic format used by a reputable journal in a relevant field of study/industry.
That way you don't have to decide what looks good, you just have to follow an accepted style. Alison Alison Craig | Technical Documentation Lead Ultrasonix | 130-4311 Viking Way | Richmond, BC V6V 2K9 | analogicultrasound.com<http://www.analogicultrasound.com> T 604-279-8550 ext 127 | F 604-279-8559 From: framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Orly Zimmerman Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2014 12:34 PM To: email@example.com Subject: How to Create Bibliography in FM? HI All, I have been given a task to create a bibliography for an article I'm writing. I would like to use Framemaker, but I have no idea how I get all the footnotes on the last pages of the file or in an appendix file as opposed to on the page where the footnote was created. I don't mind writing out the Bibliography entry (I understand that there are different formats - as long as I stick to one format, I just add them as I create the article). Now I'm up to 6 different bib's. I'll cite it from page 1, and then cite from page 3 (using an x-ref in Footnote style); so page 3 needs to go back to page 1 to see the footnote. This doesn't look right. And I will probably site the same footnote later on in the doc as well. Any ideas? Thanks! Orly Zimmerman
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